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Jan 23 2002 (TRI)

Living Media India Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Customs

Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Delhi

Decided on : Jan-23-2002

Reported in : (2002)(81)ECC544

..... interpretative note to rule 9(1)(c) provides that the royalties and licence fees referred to in rule 9(1)(c) may include, among other things, payments in respect to patents, trademarks and copyrights. however, the charges for the right to reproduce the imported goods in the country of importation shall not be added to the price actually paid or payable .....

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Feb 12 2002 (TRI)

Ferodo India (P) Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Customs, Mumbai

Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Delhi

Decided on : Feb-12-2002

Reported in : (2002)(82)ECC584

..... technical assistance and trade mark agreement between the two collaborators. without the licence and know how the goods can not be manufactured in india. without patent rights from the collaborator, the goods manufactured by the indian company cannot be marketed in india with the trade mark of the foreign collaborator. for ..... towards technical know how fees as well as the royalty for use of the licence for the sake of production and to use the trademark, patent, become related to the imported goods in question and also become conditions of sale for the import of the said goods. this view is ..... agreement, no transfer of know how, no payment for this transfer of know how fees and no payment of royalty and therefore, no use of patent, trademark etc. then there would have been no occasion to start the said know how related production and therefore, no question of import of capital ..... assistance and trade mark agreement between the two collaborators, without the licence and know how the goods cannot be manufactured in india. further, without patent rights from the collaborators, the goods manufactured by the indian company cannot be marketed in india with the collaborator, the goods manufactured by the indian ..... 9(1)(c) 1. the royalties and licence fees referred to in rule 9(1)(c) may include among other things, payments in respect to patents, trademarks and copyrights. however, the charges for the right to reproduce the imported goods in the country of importation shall not be added to the .....

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Aug 20 2002 (TRI)

Mds Switchgear Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Customs

Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-20-2002

Reported in : (2002)LC608Tri(Mum.)bai

..... this contention of the departmental representative. clause 1.2 of the agreement defines "know-how" to mean and include "all inventions processes, patents, engineering and manufacturing skills and other technical information, whether patented or unpatented and whether or not patentable which are freely owned by ec (italian company) on the date hereof and which is necessary in the reasonable opinion of ec to .....

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Oct 16 2002 (TRI)

Graphite India Ltd. Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Kolkata

Decided on : Oct-16-2002

Reported in : (2003)86ITD384(Kol.)

..... the exclusive benefits of and absolute right to all inventions, improved process of manufacture, designs, secret materials, formulas of mixing, improvements in addition to or further inventions relating to the patents or processes of manufacture or products manufactured or being developed by the company or otherwise relating to the business and affairs of the company which you may produce, make, invent ..... any such improvement, invention or additions as the company shall think fit. 7. you shall agree that any and all improvements, intentions and discoveries, whether or not capable of being patented, which you may make either alone or in conjunction with others during your appointment hereunder relating to or in anyway pertaining to or connection with any of the products of ..... of the company, execute and sign any and all applications, assignments and other instruments which the company may deem necessary or advisable in order to apply for and obtain letters patent design registration or other forms of protection for the said improvements, inventions and discoveries in such countries as the company may direct and to vest in the company alone or .....

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Aug 29 2002 (HC)

Hydroclave System Corporation and ors. Vs. JaIn Hydraulic Pvt. Ltd. an ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-29-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)ALLMR54; 2003(1)BomCR642; (2003)1BOMLR407; 2003(2)MhLj670

..... necessary to analyse the other materials on record to find out the answer to the third point for consideration. 19. the fact of registration of the patent in favour of the appellants in canada is not in dispute. merely because the number thereof is not disclosed, it would not make any difference, when ..... was designed by the plaintiffs. another finding which has been arrived at by the court below is to the effect that the plaintiffs claim that the patent is registered in canada but no registration number is given and that they have applied for registration in india but it is pending and yet to be ..... is the case of the respondents that 'hydroclave' is a technology or process or method of infectious waste treatment and since it is a technology, no patent can be claimed for the same. the term 'hydroclave' is a descriptive or generic term. the respondents have manufactured a machine which is having a totally ..... the appellant no. 1 - company by inventing a new technology and process for sterilising bio-medical waste and the said machine has global acceptance and their patent has been registered in canada and they have applied for registration thereof in india in 1998 and is still pending for disposal. 'hydroclave' is also their ..... mark cases vol. lvii (no. 6) page 137, and british vacuum cleaner company ltd. v. new vacuum cleaner company ltd., reported in reports of patent, design and trade mark cases. vol. xxiv, no. 28, page 641. 28. the decision in jeryl lynn trade mark's case (supra) was on .....

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Feb 15 2002 (HC)

Escotal Mobile Communications Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-15-2002

Reported in : [2002]126STC475(Ker); 2006[2]STR567

..... to transfer or succession, and to their capacity of being injured. property includes not only ownership, estates, and interests in corporeal things, but also rights such as trade marks, copyrights, patents, and rights in personam capable of transfer or transmission, such as debts.'the supreme court reiterated its own view in the decision in h. anraj.v. government of tamil nadu ..... contention, in view of the decision in vikas sales corporation : 1997(57)ecc1 . even the learned counsel was not able to contend that sale of a copy right or a patent right, though sale of intangible property would not attract sales tax.38. mr. menon then contended that activation charges were separately billed and there was no consideration for activation charges .....

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Jun 26 2002 (HC)

Usv Limited Vs. Ipca Laboratories Limited

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jun-26-2002

Reported in : 2003(26)PTC21(Mad)

..... for the reputation of the make only the applicant is concerned with. in of the decisions reported in horlick's malted milk company v. sumerskill, 1916 the illustrated official journal (patents) supplement 1 and corn products refining co. v. shangrila food products ltd., , it was held that the reputation will attach only to trade mark of the goods purchased by the .....

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Feb 21 2002 (HC)

Dr. Sudhir Tiwari Vs. Smt. Bhagwanti Devi Issrani

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-21-2002

Reported in : 2002(2)MPHT132; 2002(3)MPLJ62

k.k. lahoti, j. 1. this letters patent appeal is preferred by defendant/tenant aggrieved by the order passed by the learned single judge in first appeal no. 735/2000, dated 3-1-2002. the learned trial court .....

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Aug 14 2002 (HC)

Sushma Kohli @ Satya Devi Vs. Shyam Sunder Kohli

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-14-2002

Reported in : 100(2002)DLT558

..... under article 142 of the constitution of india, which power, this court does not possess. 15. in the aforementioned backdrop, the question which arises for consideration in these two letter patent appeals are:(i) whether the learned single judge erred in allowing the appeal on the ground of desertion on the part of the wife? and (ii) whether the learned single ..... s.b. sinha, c.j. 1. these two letter patent appeals arise out of a judgment and decree dated 8th september, 2000 passed by a learned single judge of this court in fao 501/99.the fact of the matter .....

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Aug 14 2002 (HC)

Alcon Resort Holdings Limited and anr. Vs. Dy. Collector and Sub-divis ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-14-2002

Reported in : 2003(2)BomCR264; 2003(1)MhLj161

..... factory is so widely defined, the values of the buildings of different factories are bound to be widely divergent. we are accordingly of the view that the impugned provisions are patently discriminatory.'13. under these circumstances, the learned counsel for the petitioners contended that the impugned conversion fee at rs. 5/- in the year 1988, which was increased to rs. 15 ..... the fact that the powers of the legislature in matter of taxation are wide and comprehensive that the impugned provisions permit and authorise the creation of gross inequality leading to patent discrimination. in every town the value of a land in one locality is several times the value of another land of equal extent in another locality. the value of ..... the requirement of equality before the law guaranteed by the constitution and would be struck down if the equal treatment given by it to unequal objects and persons leads to patent discrimination. 17. we have taken into consideration the above principle with all its qualifications in coming to the conclusion that the impugned provisions are violative of article 14 of ..... , persons or situations dealt with by the statute. a statutory provision would be held to be discriminatory only where the equal treatment given by it to unequal subjects leads to patent discrimination. thirdly, the above precaution has relatively greater relevance in taxing statutes, for the taxing powers of the legislature are understood to be wide and comprehensive. a taxing statute, however .....

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